Throughout the nation, over 350 of our Colleges of Distinction are helping students learn, grow, and succeed with individual-focused services and curricula. Now, the students who have benefitted from these schools are reaching out to encourage prospective college-goers. By featuring the experiences of current students, Colleges of Distinction is giving prospective students a way to know what they’re jumping into—rather than being the first off the dock.
Our member schools are invited to recommend that a student participate in the Colleges of Distinction Student Ambassador program. Students will be tasked writing a piece to be published on the Advice for Students section of our website.
Meet our ambassadors!
Katia Cobourn is a sophomore at Otterbein University majoring in public relations. Cobourn is a communication intern at Otterbein University’s Admissions office. She is a member of an Infashion public relations group on campus as well as the public relations manager for her PRSSA chapter.
Casey Lane is a sophomore economics major at Lycoming College. She is the Parliamentarian of Student Senate, Vice President of the Lycoming Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and the Member Development Vice President of the Iota Mu Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta.
Lindsey Hrinowich is a senior at Anderson University majoring in public relations and minoring in marketing. Hrinowich is an associate with Fifth Street Communications®, the manager of a call team in Anderson University’s Office of Admissions, and the secretary for her PRSSA chapter. She has held leadership positions throughout her membership in the social and service club, Camarada, for three years.